Red Heart Heat Wave is a revolutionary yarn, activated by UV light to keep you 12 degrees warmer! Take another look at this yarn and enter to win 8 skeins of it in your choice of colors on Moogly!
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Yarnspirations and includes affiliate links; all opinions are my own.
Just The Yarny Facts:
Content: 100% acrylic
Weight: 4 – Medium/ Worsted; UK 10-12 ply
Yardage: 181 meters/198 yards
Skein Weight: 100 g/3.5 oz
Buy It: Yarnspirations.com or Amazon US or your nearest craft store!
See it in Action: My Red Heart Heat Wave Review on Yarnspirations.com
13 Lucky Colorways
There are currently 13 coordinating colorways of Red Heart Heat Wave – brights, neutrals, and jewel tones!
Free Red Heart Heat Wave Patterns
There are over 40 free Yarnspirations patterns for Red Heart Heat Wave, and you can always use any of the patterns written for Red Heart With Love too!
And two of them are by me – the Crochet for Warmth Horizon Hat and the Alpine Pocket Scarf!
More of a Moogly Heat Wave
And there are more patterns I’ve designed with this yarn! You can get the Batwing Lace Sweater, Bright Chevron Borderless Blanket, and Playoff Poncho right here on Moogly, and the Color Block Cocoon is available on Ravelry!
After you enter to win a bunch of this lovely yarn below, be sure to enter all the other great giveaways happening on Moogly right now!
Yarn Giveaway Time!
The Red Heart Heat Wave Giveaway is open to US and Canada addresses only (void where prohibited). The giveaway ends January 25, 2021, at 12:15am Central US time. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below. If you are on mobile and have difficulty entering, please use a desktop computer to enter. Only the email option is mandatory – all other tasks are optional, for bonus entries only.
The winner will receive 8 skeins of Red Heart Heat Wave in their choice of available color(s) and will be notified by email.
Good luck all!
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A scarf of course!!! I love the idea of this yarn.
I would definitely make the batwing lace sweater. Love it!
I’d make an afghan for a friend, a C2C of a black cat graphic. She lost her beloved cat last year, & I’d love to give her this to snuggle in!
I would make myself a batwing sweater and matching hat ! I have made 2 sweaters already and they are so easy and beautiful!!
What a great giveaway! Thank you so much for the opportunity 🙂 good luck everyone
I’m interested in trying this yarn.
OOOOHHHH! I love the idea of a scarf made from this yarn, and your Alpine pocket scarf is gorgeous! Thanks for the chance!
I’d like to make your Playoff Poncho pattern.
I have been wanting to try use this yarn. I make hats, scarves and mittens for displaced people.
This yarn sounds exciting!
I have started the Alpine with Caron SS but would love to try it with Heat Wave!
This is ideal for all the winterl garments.
I think Hats and gloves would be great get that little extra help staying warm. Thanks Tamara!
Warm scarves and beanies would be great!
Thank you for this giveaway! I’ve worked with Heat Wave before, and would use this for a scarf & hat set.
My grandson is 20 months old. He is constantly stealing the crochet blankets made for his brothers. He needs one of his own… that is what I’ll be making.
This sounds awesome! I would love mittens and a hat. It gets windy and cold in iowa, thank you for all your giveaways! It is fun
I would love to make the Alpine pocket shawl!
I love this yarn. It crochets up very nicely.
I would make my step-daughter a hat, scarf, mittens set. She walks several blocks to and from work every day in mid-Michigan.
This is so cool. An extra warm blanket would be amazing.
I would love to make the nordic blanket.
Kitten With A Whiplash
A sweater, since the giveaway is so generous! Thank You.
Always beautifully done work
Pocketful of Dreams
So hard to choose but I like the poncho and the pocket scarf.
HATS! This would be great to make hats with to give away on those super cold nights!
C. M. Gill
I would make mittens.
I would make texting gloves, hooded shawls &/ cowls…….I’d absolutely 💜to win this as I haven’t even seen this yarn here in Canada. Thanks so much for this opportunity & wishes for a blessed holiday season. 🎄
I think I’d make either a sweater or hat and scarf sets.
I’d make a sweater/cardigan or hats and scarfs.
Thanks for the opportunity
A hat and another dog sweater
Thanks for this opportunity! My hubby could use a new sweater but I’ve been wary to try these warming yarns and have my money be possibly wasted 🙁 Hopefully this will give me the chance!
I’d make a poncho!
If I won I would make hats and scarves for those in need
My daughter is always cold, so I would make her a set of mittens, cowl and hat❤️💜
Love this yarn! Recently, I purchase one to make a hat donate. I had not used this yarn in the past. Now I want to make scarves, hats, etc., and unfortunately it is getting hard to find in on-line stores, at least in the colors I want. Thank you for the great patterns and giveaways.
I think I would love to make a nice blanket…. or make a nice sweater. Thanks for the chance to win.
A Sweater or a Scarf, Hat & Mitten Set.
I love the pocket scarf!
I would probably make hats for my 5 grandkids – if I start in January, might be able to complete by Christmas 2021 LOL Thanks for the chance!
I would definitely make a hat!
I think this is such an unique yarn. It is perfect for hats and scarves and mittens.
A big blanket for using at the campfire sounds like an excellent use for RH Heatwave!
This would be great for hats
I’d make a poncho or some type of wrap for the spring or fall seasons
I’d love to try this yarn and I’d use it to make mittens and hats and scarves to donate through Warm Up America!
I have already made a few hats and scarfs with the heat wave yarn, love it! My next project with this yarn would be a fireside wrap.
I want to make an Afghan for my daughter and son-in-law’s boat!
I have been so curious about this line. I would love to make a shoulder wrap for my sister in law with it. She is always a bit chilly.
A nice cozy sweater!
I would love to make a lap blanket with this yarn. I have 2 skeins I intended to make my cat a throw blanket for her spot in the sun but did not finish it before we lost her. I’d make a lap blanket for my husband and myself in her memory.
I have made many gifts using this yarn. Easy to work with.
I would love to make something warm and cozy for my daughter. She’s always cold.
I would make a Blanket for Project Linus ! Thanks for the chance!😀
I have an afghan I would love to make with the Heatwave yarn. Thank you for offering this giveaway. It brightens my day
Thanks for all your original video. I really like them. Great work. 🙂
I would love to make myself a sweater, because I love my hat and cowl i made in this yarn. (Have only had 2 skeins) I live in buffalo ny and even in spring its cold!! Then when I’m out beach combing or in the neighborhood for a walk with our dog, alligator, It would be nice to have more than a hat or scarf to wear outdoors when its sunny but still chilly!! It really does warm up more than regular yarn, it’s so great! Texture of yarn is super comfy too!
I’d love to make a pocket scarf!
Hats to donate
I think I’d use the grey and blue to make a blanket for our Star Wars themed living room.
Kim House be
We recently moved from So Cal to Washington, I would make scarves, hats, and hand warmers 🥶
I would definitely do a sweater, I’m so curious about this yarn , I’ve got to try it. Good luck me ( I’m probably already online yarn shopping for it ) ‼️
I would try a sweater or cardigan with this yarn.
Hats and scarves!!!
I would love to make a knitted toque and scarf set. This is the perfect time of year to try out this yarn!
A pocket scarf!
This sounds like a super-scarf/blanket scarf in the making!
Not sure, either hats or slippers, because if you keep your feet and head warm then everything else is usually warm too.
Rhonda L Martin
I would like to try this yarn. I owe my youngest granddaughter an afghan. I made one for all the other grandkids.
I’d love to make a hat and scarf aet with this yaen! Thanks for the chance to win it.
The yarn would be perfect for the Harvest Bandana Cowl. Love your patterns!
I would like to make a scarf out of the Red Heart Heat Wave.
either a scarf of a poncho
Alpine pocket scarf 😍
I would make a nice warm scarf.
I would make beanies and headbands.
I would love to make a shawl. Versatile and warm.
I am into making hats, scarves, and mittens, so I can’t wait to use this yarn 🙂
I would try and make the batwing sweater
I would make a scarf and hat
I think a hooded scarf would be perfect with this yarn.
I would love to try this unique yarn…I would make a hat to keep my ears warm!!
Good luck tp all.
haven’t used this yarn. right now i’m making character hats for toddlers. thanks for the giveaway!
I would make a beanie with this yarn
These would be great for making hats & mittens for my 8 nieces/nephews!
I would make hats for someone else, I don’t look good in hats. Mittens would also be nice
I would love to try this yarn. I hope I win because I’m too scared of new yarn to purchase it myself. I think this yarn would make wonderful hats and gloves for my co-workers
Those yarns are so pretty! How hot does heat wave get?
Up to 12F warmer – I’m not sure what the final temp would be, but I’ve tested it with a UV lamp and it’s pretty noticable!
I would make scarves and hats for the local homeless shelter.
I’ve been curious about this yarn but haven’t had a chance to work with it yet. I’d love to make some hats and fingerless gloves.
I would love to make a shawl or blanket with this yarn.
I’d make The Alpine Pocket Scarf with fingerless gloves and a hat. I love heatwave yarn
I would make scarfs for my husband and me.
I would make a sweater with cables.
I’d make more hats! I’ve already made one and started some mittens.
A hat, mitts with gauntlets , and a scarf.
I used this yarn to crochet caps last year. They did seem to work well in windy situations. I wou;d make an ear warmer and a scarf with pockets.
I would make hats and give them to charity. This yarn makes lovely warm hats and I am sure it would be appreciated by the homeless.
If I were lucky enough to win the Heat Wave yarn I would make ear warmers for my 4 nieces who love to hike – even in the coldest winter. I would knit some and crochet some.
Without seeing a square or 2 it’s hard to say. Maybe a border to an Afghan or a cool pullover!
I’ve always wanted to try the Nordic Stripes afghan!
MITTENS! For those COLD Nebraska snow days! No more trying to shovel with heat packs in the way!
I want to make your alpine pocket scarf
I would make a cardigan!
Patricia B Bowling
I would love to make Marly Bird’s Turkey Trot knit pattern!
I would love to make a wrap and hat. Thank you for having such a great give away.
I simply love Red Heart yarn. With the Heatwave yarn I would make a poncho and maybe a pocket scarf if I have enough yarn
Goodness, I would make the baby’s some warm mitts, hats, and scarves.
I would definitely make a hat or scarf. I would love to make a muffler also. I haven’t seen any or know of any patterns for one so I’d have to see if I can find one. I think they’re so neat! 💜
I would make a baby blanket for my nephew’s baby.
I’m thinking fingerless gloves!
A nice warm cardigan with matching scarf
I would like to make some hats
Thank you, for the chance to win…always eager to try a new yarn.
I’ve been wanting to make hats and scarves for the recovery center near here.
I’d like to make a scarf with pockets
Cindy Jo Moore
I would make a sweater .
I’d love to make a pair of thick warm socks for my daughter who always has cold feet. She works so hard as a Critical Care Pediatrician it would be nice to surprise her with something cozy.
I would like to thank you for the opportunity to win this heat wave yarn. I would make as many slippers for our Vets at the hospital.
I would love to make an Afghan with this yarn. Undecided on the pattern.
Thank you for a chance to win! I would like to make a stocking hat and ear warmer
Shari D Montgomery
I have never used this brand of yarn. I would love to make the Pocket shawl that I have seen. Thank you for the giveaway. Good luck to everyone.
Sounds like the perfect yarn to make hats and scarves for the homeless
I have Reynaud’s disease, so my feet and hands are always cold. As I live in Saskatchewan where it’s regularly below -20 degrees, I’d make some booties or mits.
I would make winter hats for my family.
A blanket…definitely a blanket!
I made my family hats, so now I could make matching scarfs or cowls
I would choose blue yarn to make hats for charity to stop bullying.
I would love to make a baby blanket for my friend who is due in February!
I’d make a wrap.
I have a scarf in mind.
I’d love to make some matching scarves and fingerless mittems
I Love making hats and scarves with Heat Wave. Keeps everyone toasty while playing outside.
This would make a wonderful couple of sweaters for my wee dog who has Addison’s disease. He has trouble keeping warm.
I would make slippers, gloves and toboggan.
I’d love to make some hats with this to keep my family’s heads warm outside!!
A neck scarf
I haven’t used this yarn yet, but I think it would make a nice cardigan.
Oh a heat wave is on the way! Hats and mittens and gators to be sure!
I’d make hats and scarves to donate.
Definitely hats and mittens!
This is such an interesting concept. I would definitely make a hat, scarf and glove set. Thanks for the giveaway.
I would love to make the Batwing sweater!!!
I’d make more scarves!
I will make the City Sophisticate Hat and matching scarf and fingerless gloves. 🙂
A hood for those cold mornings I’m on playground duty
Would like to try the Rectangle Slippers x
Hats for the policemen who monitor the church services and direct traffic after services
I do like the idea of a pocket scarf!
I’d make more scarves
I would love to make a pocket shawl. I think it would make a great accessorie
I would probably make a scarf…have seen a lot of beautiful patterns lately.
Gloves and scarves for sure!! Thank you for the wonderful opportunity!!
I’d like to make your Crochet for Warmth Horizon Hat. Thanks for another great giveaway.
My mom moved from Texas to Illinois and she is always cold so I would make something for her!
Jeanne L de Grasse
I think a pocket scarf would be a fun item to make and wear!
The Nordic Stripes Scarf is kind of cool – I’ve had my eye on it for a while now.
I would make a sweater and hat.
Fingerless mitts and a pocket scarf.
Love RH yarns, but haven’t tried this yarn yet!
Heat Wave sounds like a great yarn for a shawl.
I would like to make a shawl.
Fingerless gloves and hats.
I would like to make a cowl.
Well, number one would be an earflap hat for my hubby with matching scarf. The next a scarf for myself and hopefully enough left for mittens
A scarf!! But maybe a sweater?? Possibilities are endless ❤️
I’d make a sweater or a blanket with this yarn!
Hats, of course. But I would like to try mittens with it, which I’ve never made before.
I’d make a poncho with this beautiful yarn.
Definitely would make hats, if I would win. Thanks for giveaway.
Pamela K. Little
I would love to make a warm scarf from your patterns. Thank you for the opportunity!
I would love to make a set of leg warmers for my m-i-l. She wears dresses even in the winter and her legs get cold.
I would like to make a baby blanket and/or scarf. So many options….just can’t decide.
This looks like a fun new yarn to try, the colours look great!
Sounds like an excellent yarn to make hats for the homeless.
Hats, hats, and more hats!
I would make a shawl..maybe lol Thinking a cozy afghan for Grangirlie tho 🙂
I’ve been making beanies fora couple winters now with this awesome yarn!
I would love to make a scarf with this yarn
Patricia Ann Green
I would like to make lab blanket
Have been wanting to try Heat Wave to make a hat and scarf. Thank you for the giveaway!
I’d love to make some gifts with this yarn.
I would love to make some hats and cowls with this yarn
I love the idea of this yarn! I would make a cardigan, I love cardigans because with fibromyalgia I cannot control my body temperature. Layering means if I get to warm I can remove a layer, so I love cardigans!
I would like to make the Batwing Lace Sweater or the Playoff Poncho.
I have never used the Red Heart Heat Wave Yarn as I live in South Georgia where the temperature rarely gets low enough to warrant wearing a really warm garment. I believe I would make a scarf, shawl, or a hat with it.
I would like to make the matching hat and gloves
I would like to make slippers with it.
Love the concept of an additional 12 degrees of warmth. With all of my family living in Western Canada I can crochet a multitude of warmth for them!! I love the colours Beach Ball , Passport, Red Hot, Radio.
Good luck to all – this is a great GiveAway!
I would make some bootie ,booties ans bibs for babies.
I’d make a super scarf or pocket shawl to stay warm which watching my daughter’s horseback riding lessons or in my office. I need all the warmth I can get!
Hats to donate!
I would probably make a couple of hats & mittens with Heat Wave. I’ve never used it though.
Judy C. Anderson
Looks like wonderful yarn to endless crochet items. It will be a tough decision on what to create.
I would use the Red heart Heatwave yarn to make some hats and scarves and wristwarmers and fingerless gloves for friends and family..
Could you please tell me how this copter thing works. I see it used on many sites when doing a give away. I crochet for charity and make hundreds of hats etc. and would love some free yarn….just have no idea how to use this method.
Hi Cecelia! It’s a sort of app like thing that bloggers can use to run a giveaway that makes it legal and random for the winner picking. 🙂 If you are on a phone or tablet, there should be a big button you push that takes you to a page where you can do things to enter the giveaway. If you are on a computer, there should be a dropdown menu to do those same things. All you “have” to do to enter is provide your email address – that’s how I contact the winner!
I would like a cowl, scarf, and fingerless gloves with this yar!
If I win, I would want to make something for my husband – he is undergoing chemo treatments right now and stays cold.
My husband is always cold, so I would start with a hat for him, maybe some mittens.
A winter kit Hat, scarf and mittens or gloves
I would love to make a big, cozy shawl with this yarn!!
Hats for charity giveaway and blanket or shawl for prayer shawl ministry
A winter warm hooded pocket shawl
Sue Bradford Edwards
Hats and mittens
I would love to make some gloves. My hands are always so cold!
I’d like to make the Alpine pocket scarf. So unique!
This yarn would be perfect for gloves and hats, but I would make baby blankets for newborns who need a little help regulating their body temperature.
I would love to make my husband some mittens, His fingers are always cold.
I would use this yarn to make my Dad a hat. He loves the hats I make form him and this would keep him extra warm.
I would like to make scarves to leave around the college campus where I work for the students!
Probably would make an infinity scarf and hat.
Never tried this yarn yet, but I’d love to!
I’m working on the Pocket shawl as we speak! I can’t wait to see how it world’s and if it really does keep you warmer.
LISA L SWICKARD
I appreciate all your patterns, tutorials and chances to win your wonderful give a ways.
I have to say I have a thing about making hats. They are quick useful and in so many patterns.
Kimberly Bucher Maher
My kids are in school and are outside a lot! I would make hats for them and their teachers!
I made some convertible mittens for my niece with Heat Wave. She loves the mittens and I love the yarn. Thanks for the giveaway!
I think I want to make some slippers with the heat wave to warm up my feet! and wrist warmers.
A large afghan for my oldest granddaughter!
thank you for the chance to win this pretty yarn! I think I’d make myself a throw pillow 🙂
I’ve been making hats for charity, this would be a great addition to my hat yarn stash!
I would love to have more heatwave yarn to make more slippers, hats, & scarves!
I would like to make the Batwing Lace Sweater with Heat Wave yarn. It gets extremely below freezing cold up here in Canada.
I would like to make the alpine scarf and hat!
I would make hats and scarves with Heat Wave because you lose a lot of heat through your head in winter.
I would make a blanket/afghan for my bed.
I’m thinking I’d make a shrug, but there’s so many wonderful designs for cold weather accessories, I’m keeping my options open.
I would make a couple lapghans for sure. We would be so cozy and warm!!
I would make a.l cozy hat for the times I have to stand outside at work!
I’d love to use this yarn to make something for my grandbabies 🥰
I just made a dog sweater for a friend in Colorado and she already asked for another since Zoey growls every time she tries to take it off 🤣
Oh what I could do with this yarn …….. dreaming of things to make